Production Managing and Producing with Ingo Lou and Amy Fox of Trembling Void Studios
Ingo Lou and Amy Fox are the duo behind Vancouver’s Trembling Void Studios, a production company that’s supported many Vancouver filmmakers in recent years. These local legends give some incredible insights on producing, production managing, and offer some great ideas on what a more diverse and inclusive film industry looks like. They even talk about how they bonded over stolen bikes! Program notes: The BIPOC Credits Podcast is currently a self funded passion project with the goal of creating a platform for BIPOC crew members to talk about their own experiences and dreams. If you would like to be part of the team, or would like to sponsor/ support us, please consider joining our Patreon, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joining me tonight on photography chat is Amy and I’m very excited to have her on. I’m curious to hear about how she has used photography as a tool in archeology and her new creative endeavors. The magic of Instagram connected Amy and me last year and I hope tonight it connects y’all together. Thank you for joining me on these chat adventures. Looking forward to seeing everyone tonight.Follow Amy at https://www.instagram.com/shutteringtothink/Photography Chat is a weekly Instagram Live @merlindb hosts every Thursday at 5pmPST/8pmESTGive me a follow if you want to see the episodes live https://www.instagram.com/merlindb/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/photographychat/donations
AMY FOX - POSING INSIGHTS FROM AN IFBB JUDGE & PRO
The Flex Success Podcast
The Flex Success Podcast episode #46 - Amy Fox - Posing Insights From an IFBB Judge & Pro Physique competitors.... If you thought the hard work was reserved for the kitchen and gym, you're missing an entire element. Getting in the best shape of your life for stage day, but failing to show it off because your posing is poor, will ultimately result disappointment for you and onlookers. In this episode, physique pro and posing coach Amy Fox talks about all things posing and will certainly send you off keen to sharpen this skill. Something Worth Sharing Amy's weekly online posing check-in service (details at myposingcoach.com) Fan of the show? If you find value in the Flex Success Podcast, we’d love if you could show your support by leaving a review on iTunes. This will help expose the show to a bigger audience so we can help more people be less shit. To find out more about Flex Success, head to: www.flexsuccess.com.au https://www.instagram.com/flex_success/ To find out more about Amy Fox, head to: https://www.instagram.com/myposingcoach/ or https://myposingcoach.com/ Disclaimers: Flex Success, and the associated coaches, are not doctors or medical professionals. Always consult a physician before starting any exercise program. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Flex Success will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/flex-success/message
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Nathan & Phil interview Amy Fox from TSG ENG dot ORG, who is not only a fan of the podcast, but is also a stellar human. Also, somehow Ohio is a recurring theme of this podcast, and this episode is no different.
62. Twister with special guests Jessica Granger and Amy Fox
Movies That Made Us Gay
It’s like Jurassic Park but with Tornadoes. We watched Twister (1996) with the awesome Jessica Granger and Amy Fox (ep 20 Never Been Kissed) and we always knew there was something about that Helen Hunt. Gay boys and girls across the land can all agree, Hunt as storm chaser Dr. Jo Harding definitely turned us gay. From her utilitarian wardrobe, to her trusty pickup (an ‘82 Jeep HONCHO?!) we always knew Jo was playing on our team. Whether or not the filmmakers knew they were creating a queer benchmark, Twister has gained a life of its own with gay people of a certain age. There may not be a tee shirt on the hallowed walls of Hot Topic, but this 90’s gem shaped young queer minds everywhere. Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on iTunes! Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna
EP4.1 Leader Self-Awareness: What it is and why it matters with Amy Fox CEO of Mobius Executive Leadership
After years teaching at the Harvard Law School Amy took a pivot in her messaging after discovering the importance of self awareness in conflict resolution. As suggested by Erica Ariel Fox (author: Winning from Within), self-awareness includes 2 parts: State awareness: Being able to witness and recognize your own emotional state (the work of Ronald Heifetz refers to this as being on the balcony) Difficult situations can trigger reactive fight or flight mindset which will constrain your thinking and limit your ability to make decisions This awareness helps you manage these difficult situations Profile awareness: This is about understanding your leadership style and strengths and knowing what is needed in one moment to then next Many leaders have strong intellectual ability (thinker warrior) but less developed in intuition, forward thinking or emotions Teams respond well to leaders showing vulnerability (admitting they are working on their leadership) – it increases trust and improves the team’s ability to work together 4 benefits of investing in self-awareness: Cognitive flexibility: Mature leaders are much better able to include ideas from different perspectives – this makes them more future ready (e.g., not stuck in their own point of view and more open to innovation) When leaders are learners there is much more psychological safety, collaboration and productive conflict Emotional intimacy: Now that people are working out of their living rooms teams are becoming closer and sharing details of families and personal lives – this is creating more intimacy Leaders who can create deeper conversations around purpose, mission, and values create a stronger sense of trust and engagement with their teams Adaptability: People can only tolerate a certain amount of change and therefore building team’s tolerance of disequilibrium is an important task for leaders Leaders who have practices for getting grounded will be better able to meet upcoming challenges Come up with a tactic to ground yourself (meditation, walk in nature) Well-being: Leaders who take care of themselves create better vitality and hopefulness that will give fuel to deal with stressors going forward (mental health, relational health and physical wellbeing) Practical ways to build self-awareness: Read the book “Lead From Within” by Erica Ariel Fox Write down your life story and reflect: What have been your big events? Who have been your mentors? Where has there been limiting beliefs/behaviours? Use this reflection as a guide for future behaviour Build a kitchen cabinet of people that can help you along the way: give you constructive feedback and celebrate with you Amy’s hope for leaders: See themselves as a source of orientation. Stay close to your own sources of joy Simple acts of generosity go a long way - remember someone’s birthday, ask about family member etc Lead from anywhere in the organization More about Amy Fox: Amy is a senior practitioner in transformational leadership. She leads immersive development for senior leaders in both the private and public sector. She is also the co-founder and CEO of Mobius Executive Leadership – a premier coaching, culture change and leadership development firm headquartered in both Boston and Geneva. Mobius is comprised of a prestigious group of Senior Experts and over 200 coaches, mediators, facilitators and expressive artists. Amy is a psychotherapist by background with expertise working with family and collective trauma. More about TILTCO: TILTCO is a boutique consulting company that helps leaders define and execute their strategies in order to achieve extraordinary business and personal results. Founded by Tineke Keesmaat who has over 20 years of leadership consulting experience with McKinsey & Company, Accenture and now TILTCO Inc. Notable quote: “Mature leaders are much more able to understand the full complexity of a picture and therefore more future ready and have a stronger innovation capacity” Key resources: https://www.mobiusleadership.com/ https://www.ericaarielfox.com/winning-from-within/ www.tiltco.ca Supplemental reading: https://hbr.org/2002/06/a-survival-guide-for-leaders https://www.ft.com/content/aaa3b29a-ffb0-11e9-be59-e49b2a136b8d Buckle up! It’s time to future-proof your skill set for the new-look decade ahead https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/leadership/from-a-room-called-fear-to-a-room-called-hope-a-leadership-agenda-for-troubled-times#:~:text=From%20a%20room%20called%20fear,leadership%20agenda%20for%20troubled%20times&text=Leaders%20can%20make%20a%20difference,onboarding%E2%80%9D%20of%20all%20their%20people.?_lrsc=70af8951-a6e8-42c7-a3ba-5fc896689d01&cid=other-soc-lke
HIL 20: A conversation with Amy Fox on racial reconcilation.
On this episode of the podcast, we have Amy Fox. Amy is a mother and wife in a multiracial family. When we had Amy on the podcast last year, she helped start the conversation about explicit and implicit racial biases. On this episode, Amy and Pastor Rachel have an open and honest conversation about the need for racial reconciliation.